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Hey guys, does anybody have a copy of Trespassers William's cover of "Left of Center" they're willing to share?
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Signature Sounds, record company home of such vidder/vidfannish favorites as Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer, Peter Mulvey, Erin McKeown, Jeffery Foucault, Josh Ritter, and Kris Delmhorst, is having a one-week sale: all CDs at $9.99 each. They don't have dates on the week thing, so I think it may end today, or possibly tomorrow.

They're just advertising it as a pre-holiday sale, but I have to admit I am worried about small-business cashflow problems given the state of the economy.
thuviaptarth: golden thuvia with six-legged lion (Default)
Signature Sounds, record company home of such vidder/vidfannish favorites as Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer, Peter Mulvey, Erin McKeown, Jeffery Foucault, Josh Ritter, and Kris Delmhorst, is having a one-week sale: all CDs at $9.99 each. They don't have dates on the week thing, so I think it may end today, or possibly tomorrow.

They're just advertising it as a pre-holiday sale, but I have to admit I am worried about small-business cashflow problems given the state of the economy.
thuviaptarth: golden thuvia with six-legged lion (Default)
... is that he's in a coffee shop trying to get coffee and not be annoyed by the cops getting coffee at the same time, and going off on stream-of-consciousness tangents about power, class, authority, violence, the necessity of getting along with people you hate for the sake of a civil society and the difference between that tolerance and true friendship. This interpretation is strongly affected by the song being on the same track as the hidden track "Pigs," which simultaneously and surreally is about literal pigs and pigs-meaning-cops. (It would make a great, bitter Lindsey POV of Angel Season 5, if anyone wants to be driven crazy by collaborate with me like [livejournal.com profile] giandujakiss did. It's a much shorter, slower song and nearly all the lyrics are intelligible. I have a long playlist of imaginary vid songs for sharing. I'm just saying.) Also, Aesop Rock is just as grumpy as I am before the first cup of coffee in the morning, but a great deal more intelligent.

Your interpretation may vary.

That has almost but not quite exactly nothing to do with the vid, and in fact I have never mentioned interpretation to [livejournal.com profile] giandujakiss and have no idea if she shares it. So don't feel like you need to go crazy over the lyrics.

"Coffee/Pigs" is the final track on the album None Shall Pass, and although ultimately "Coffee" is my favorite song on there, the entire album is brilliant. thuvia-Bob says, "Check it out."
thuviaptarth: golden thuvia with six-legged lion (Default)
... is that he's in a coffee shop trying to get coffee and not be annoyed by the cops getting coffee at the same time, and going off on stream-of-consciousness tangents about power, class, authority, violence, the necessity of getting along with people you hate for the sake of a civil society and the difference between that tolerance and true friendship. This interpretation is strongly affected by the song being on the same track as the hidden track "Pigs," which simultaneously and surreally is about literal pigs and pigs-meaning-cops. (It would make a great, bitter Lindsey POV of Angel Season 5, if anyone wants to be driven crazy by collaborate with me like [livejournal.com profile] giandujakiss did. It's a much shorter, slower song and nearly all the lyrics are intelligible. I have a long playlist of imaginary vid songs for sharing. I'm just saying.) Also, Aesop Rock is just as grumpy as I am before the first cup of coffee in the morning, but a great deal more intelligent.

Your interpretation may vary.

That has almost but not quite exactly nothing to do with the vid, and in fact I have never mentioned interpretation to [livejournal.com profile] giandujakiss and have no idea if she shares it. So don't feel like you need to go crazy over the lyrics.

"Coffee/Pigs" is the final track on the album None Shall Pass, and although ultimately "Coffee" is my favorite song on there, the entire album is brilliant. thuvia-Bob says, "Check it out."

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